Mashups using the same API (89)
WeGooo wants to help you live better in the city you’re in or the city you want to be in. It can put your finger on the pulse in each city to help you understand the spirit of the people who inhabit...
ClickPoint is a little game with OpenLayers and Google Maps. The goal of the game is to find random places on the map.
This We Know lets you get local and explore government data about your community. Enter your city or zip code and get a list of facts. Click an individual item and be taken to a breakdown of the data...
Dovico Software, a leading provider of web-based time management software, has officially announced the launch of Dovico Apps, a new portal featuring a variety of Dovico API driven applications for Dovico hosted clients.
On its Geo Developers Blog, Google announced time zone functionality for the Google Maps API. Developers around the globe have exhaled a sigh of relief, as time zone functionality has either kept them up at night, required extensive programming, or remained just a bit outside of an apps functionality because it wasn't mandatory (but sure would have been nice).
Mozilla Time and Clock
||The Mozilla Time and Clock API makes it easy for users to change system time in devices. It allows users to set and change system time by recognizing a number or a date object as acceptable parameter...||Time||02.08.2017|
||Weathers.co offers a simple integration that displays basic weather information within a third-party application. This API supports GET requests with the "city" parameter which returns temperature,...||Weather||11.26.2016|
Amdoren Time Zone
||The Amdoren Time Zone API allows developers to programmatically access local time, UTC offset, daylight savings, and time zone information. This API may be used in both personal and commercial...||Time||11.06.2016|
W3C High Resolution Time
||The W3C High Resolution Time API is a specification that defines an API for providing the current time in sub-millisecond resolution. The API is designed in such a way that it is not subject to...||Time||10.18.2016|
||The Chrono API is a simple, RESTful service that allows users to create, read, stop, and delete a timer. This API is provided by Shinobi Developers, a small development team that favors Ruby on Rails.||Time||10.06.2016|